Bible Reading Plan – The Entire Bible

Strategic Reading Plan

Instead of reading straight through from Genesis to Revelation, our Bible reading plan mixes different types of books for a more varied reading schedule. This is a plan that works for me, as it keeps me reading, while minimizing boredom. I recommend it for you too.

This strategic Bible reading plan intersperses different sections of the Bible into a daily reading plan that allows you to read the entire Bible in one year (PDF file to view or print).

Biblical Order

Read the entire Bible in a year, in biblical order (PDF file to view or print). Personally I don’t recommend this approach, preferring the above strategic plan or the chronological order below. But readers do request this plan, and I am happy to provide it.

Chronological Order

Another option is a chronological reading. Since the books of the Bible are not entirely in chronological order and some portions provide overlapping accounts and duplication, a chronological Bible best captures the historical flow of the various writings. Two options are:

  • The One Year Chronological Bible: available in NIV, NLT, or NKJV version.
  • The One Year Bible: available in NIV, NLT, ESV, or NKJV version.
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